I saw you might get some severe weather today. I had a good time at the guild today. Got a peek at some of the beautiful blocks being made for the raffle quilt. went to lunch w/ my friends and passed out a TuDiabetes card to the waitress as her husband is LADA. We are all going down to Princeton tomorrow to visit another quilting store. while I was gone my "wife" did all the laundry. he deserves a raise.
Im afraid to say...nope =(
Still coughing...seeing the doctor AGAIN...on Tuesday...sigh It is getting more difficult to breath at times...Im using a nebulizer every 12 hours...
Severe weather? What kind? Rain?
i remember when they tried to get me on Ultra-Lente, and take insulin every 36-48 hours-what a joke. i went to my doctor at 17, had an issue-(he was an endocrinologist too) he told me immediately as we sat down, "you know your body better than i ever could, what do you think is wrong"? i was infuriated-my answer was to ask him if he was billing ME for this visit? i refused to pay and walked out and have never been to a "medical doctor" since. that was 32 years ago. hopefully they all have learned something since for everyones sakes.
likewise, i was BUCK wild. still am wild, just nothing too far out of the lines, trying to "color inside the lines" has not been easy for me-why change now? no self-destructive lifstyle that is, but when the crowd is going left, right looks pretty darn good to me.
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